Tsanfau

Tsanfau
TsanfauPlanet.png
Orbital characteristics
Epoch A2000
Aphelion20.226 au (3.0258×109 km)
Perihelion18.633 au (2.7875×109 km)
19.4296 au (2.90663×109 km)
Eccentricity~0.0410026
85.6272 a (1027.526 months)
6.758 km/s (4.199 mi/s)
Inclination2.55°
Satellites23+ natural satellites
3+ operational artificial satellites
Physical characteristics
Equatorial radius
24525 km (15239 mi)
Polar radius
24004 km (14915 mi)
Flattening0.021482
Circumference152456 km (94732 mi) (mean)
7,400,000,000km2
(2,857,000,000 mi2)
Volume5.98390 × 1013 km3
Mass9.15537 × 1025 kg
Mean density
1.530 g/cm3
10.378 m/s2
22.44 km/s (13.94 mi/s)
0.65120 d (15.629 h)
Equatorial rotation velocity
2.7097 km/s (1.6837 mi/s)
42.02°
Albedo0.326 Bond
Temperature-203.3 °C (at 1 bar)
(-333.9 °F)
Atmosphere
Composition by volume80.4% hydrogen (H2)
15.7% helium
3.6% methane (CH4)
0.3% other

Tsanfau is the furthest planet from the sun in the Tendor System, with an average temperature of below -200 degrees celcius. The planet also hosts a fairly visible ring system of mostly ice and small rocks, where a good portion of the planet's moons are located. Tsanfau's high axial tilt is likely a result of a large collision in the past that offset it from its plane of orbit by a large amount, which also led to some of the planet's moons being offset from its plane of rotation.

The planet is classified as an ice giant, being comprised by various ices alongside gases, while its core is likely made out of metals and rock not unlike terrestrial planets.